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#20: 10-04-2012, 09:00 PM
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You don't need to break in the turbo. Just prime it. Your plan sounds about right, though I'd suggest not "looking for oil pressure" and then slowly screwing it back in - that will just make a mess. I'd really suggest just putting oil in the turbo and then cranking for 20-30 seconds. Be sure not to overtax the starter motor.

Fuses are labeled on the fuse box lid.